Microsoft Power BI has a cool feature in Preview, that allows you to split a single visual into multiple visuals based on a filter. In this video, I take Sales by Customer Class (Group/Category), create small multiples based on the class, and make the axis a class for Items sold. This feature works on several of the “out of the box” visuals. In the attached video, I will use a clustered column chart and a line and clustered column chart.
I love using this feature when the visual (using the small multiples) is the only visual on the page, taking the entire page.
I will also show you some formatting options for small multiples as well.
I am building a Microsoft Power BI report that will display the stats for the US College (American) Football South Eastern Conference (SEC). In this video, I will show you have I get team logos from my dataset to display.
Some visuals provide the report consumer with the ability to “Drill Down” to the underlying data, i.e. the individual records or rows in the dataset in Microsoft Power BI. In this video, I’ll show you this very feature in a Clustered Column Chart.
In this video, I’ll use a new custom visual called the Treemap Bar Chart. It’s like the baby of the Clustered Column Visual and the Treemap Visual. This was created by MAQ Software. https://maqsoftware.com/
In this Video, I’ll add a Q&A Visual to my Microsoft Power BI Desktop Report. This visual uses Microsoft Bing “Natural Query Language” technology. This is just a fancy way to say, you ask it a question, and you’ll get an answer back in the form of a visual.